Deco Bots are a collection of 8000 retro-futurism themed decorative bot NFTs designed by former Lucasfilm digital artist, @RyanCallowayArt.
Each Bot is assembled randomly from a set of hand-modeled, textured, and shaded assets. No two Deco Bots will be the same.
Deco Bots will be available to purchase as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum blockchain.
What is the Deco Bot Fan Club (DBFC)?
DBFC is a collection of retro-futurism themed robots on the Ethereum blockchain. We are an art-first project focused on pushing the boundaries of high quality 3D PFP art in the NFT space.
How many Deco Bots will there be?
How much does a Deco Bot cost?
Deco Bots will be available to mint for 0.07 ETH
Will there be anything to prevent gas wars?
Yes, we will be using a whitelist to mitigate network congestion for the public mint and reward active community members.
How do I get on the whitelist?
The easiest way to get on our whitelist is to actively engage with our community across discord and twitter. We will be hand-selecting individuals based on this criteria and will also hold events where you will have a chance to get whitelisted as we approach our launch date.
When is the launch?
Ryan is a former senior artist for LucasFilm’s Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) where he modeled, painted, and designed creatures, robots, and spaceships for film. His credits include Star Wars Ep7, Pacific Rim, World of Warcraft, Transformers 2 & 3, Rango, and many more. In addition to production work, Ryan was twice sent to LucasFilm Singapore to train local and regional artists.
For the past several years, he’s been a Part-Time Instructor at Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he’s authored courses in character design, digital sculpting, and anatomy, and taught and mentored people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds. Ryan has also taught for the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. As a portrait artist, Ryan was commissioned to create dozens of ink portraits focusing on New Orleans jazz musicians ranging from known to obscure, contemporary to bygone; the body of work is on permanent display in the University Medical Center in New Orleans.